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Within the Colorado Springs area there are a variety of resources to support your student's success.  Browse some of the resources below by clicking on the links. Please reach out for additional support if needed.

Additional Mental Health Supports:

Care Solace - Care Solace connects students, staff, and their families to care.  At no cost to you, they will quickly and confidentially find available mental health and substance-use providers matched to your needs.   Get connected to care today: 888-515-0595 or

Aspen Pointe Walk in Center:  115 S. Parkside Drive, CS   (Available 24/7 and no appointment necessary) or call:  719-635-7000

Peak View Behavioral Health:

Psychology Today:

Colorado Crisis Hotline:  719-493-8255 or Text "TALK" to 38255

National Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-TALK

Emotional-Support Helpline: 1-866-342-6892 (free access to health specialists to support people who are experiencing anxiety or stress)

Activities for younger children Pre-Kindergarten,Toddlers, Infants:

Resources for families for exercise, nutrition, culture and relaxation:

The Smiling Mind (free mindfulness app has lots of different activities, including ones for kids, families, sleep, and body awareness.

On-Line Counseling Resources: - Specializes in working with LGBTQ Community

Be a Buddy Not a Bully



Second Step

Social Thinking